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19 Mar, 2007

Monday Show and Tell: A science lesson

Posted by andrea tomkins in: - Mondays are for Show and Tell|Multimedia experiments

Today’s lesson is brought to you by Sarah. Who knows, you might learn something! Click the audio player to have a listen.

[audio:http://www.quietfish.com/notebook/voice/Sarah-ice-song.mp3]
Interested in participating in the Monday Show and Tell?

  • help your child find something they want to share – toys are okay, but I would love to see something different. Something interesting, something they made, they cherish, an heirloom, a treasure, a secret.
  • photograph it
  • post it on your blog along with their own commentary: What is it they chose to share and why?
  • come back and let us know if you participated by posting a link to your show and tell in the comments.
  • I encourage everyone reading along to leave a comment for the blogger’s child. Ask a question. Or two! Get them thinking and talking.

1 Response to "Monday Show and Tell: A science lesson"

1 | Ginger

March 19th, 2007 at 8:56 pm

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Sarah, that was a great song! Did you make up the words? I teach science in Texas and I love that it is informative and catchy! Thanks for sharing your song with us!

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